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  • Tonight: See Earth, Wind and Fire and help the North Alabama Neurostroke Network

    Huntsville Hospital Foundation presents the 28th annual Huntsville Classic featuring Earth, Wind and Fire. Earth, Wind & Fire, America’s seventh top-selling musical group of all-time will perform on Thursday, May 12, at the VBC Propst Arena in Huntsville. Tickets for the Earth Wind and Fire performance can be purchased via ticketmaster.com and at the VBC Box Office. Show-only tickets are now available for $30. Earth, Wind and Fire`s performance will begin at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds from the 2016 Huntsville Classic […]

  • “A Night in the Garden” to benefit CASA of Madison County on Friday, May 20

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – You’re invited to “A Night in the Garden,” a special event to benefit CASA of Madison County.  It will be held on Friday, May 20 starting at 6 p.m. *The location has been moved. It will now be held at Campus 805.  The address is 2620 Clinton Avenue in Huntsville. Enjoy an evening of local feasting and fun, wine and beer tasting, cooking demonstrations, music and dancing.  Guests will enjoy an enchanted evening under the stars, including delicious bar-b-que catered by […]

  • The BBB wants you to learn about Restore Online Shopper’s Confidence Act

    This Act prohibits any post-transaction third party seller (a seller who markets goods or services online through an initial merchant after a consumer has initiated a transaction with that merchant) from charging any financial account in an Internet transaction unless it has disclosed clearly all material terms of the transaction and obtained the consumer’s express informed consent to the charge. The seller must obtain the number of the account to be charged directly from the consumer. The Act prohibits initial […]

  • United Way celebrates with the community

    United Way of Madison County presents “United Way Squared”, a community block party on the square in downtown Huntsville, on Saturday, May 14, from 10AM-1PM. Featuring live music, family activities, food trucks, and more, this free event is open to everyone in our community to find a connection to give, advocate, or volunteer in the area they passionate about. Volunteers are needed to help with the setup, operation, and tear down of the event. There are two shifts: 9:30am-11:30am and  […]

  • Panoply’s opening delayed until Saturday at 10 a.m. due to weather

    Panoply, one of downtown Huntsville’s spring highlights, starts Friday! There will be lots of live music and numerous booths for you to shop for new art pieces. *Friday’s opening is canceled for the evening. Panoply will open at 10 am Saturday as scheduled. Day passes to the festival are only $10 and weekend passes are $18; kids 12 and under get in free! You can purchase tickets here. All ticket sales are final at the end of the purchase transaction and there are no refunds […]

  • Get your tickets for the 24th annual Memorial Day Music Festival

    The 24th annual Memorial Day Music Festival, previously known as the Alabama Downhome Blues Festival, kicks off May 28 and runs through May 29th at Huntsville Jaycee’s Fairgrounds. On Saturday, gates open at 11AM and shows start at 1PM. On Sunday, gates open at 1PM and shows start at 2PM. There will be numerous vendors offering southern dishes, refreshments, novelties, and arts and crafts. You can watch artists like Ginuwine, Con Funk Shun, Dru Hill, The Blue Notes,  and many more! […]

  • Be aware of charity scams looking to make your good deed, a bad one

    In light of the devastating earthquakes in Ecuador and Japan, many people are eager to donate money, goods, and services to disaster victims. Scammers are counting on a donor`s good will to redirect funds to their personal ‘charity’. Be cautious when donating to charities soliciting disaster relief donations. Below are tips on how to select legitimate charities and avoid being scammed by fake appeals. Be cautious when giving online. Be cautious about spam messages and emails that claim to link […]

  • The 16th annual Homicide Survivors Program Candlelight Vigil will be May 15th

    If you or someone you know has lost someone to homicide, the Family Services Center wants to invite you to a Homicide Survivors Program 16th Annual Candlelight Vigil. The vigil will be held Sunday, May 15, 2016 from 5:00-7:00 PM at the Big Spring Park Gazebo and surrounding area for more information of the vigil or Family Services Center contact Vickie Goodman; (256)551-1610 or vgoodman@fsc-hsv.org.  

  • Want to start your own business? Check out the Entrepreneurial Summit on May 3-4

    Have you ever wanted to start your own business but weren’t sure how? Get your tickets for the Entrepreneurial Summit happening at Campus 805 May 3rd and 4th and learn all the answers to those start-up questions you’ve had. Read about what’s discussed on Day 1 of the Summit here.  Day 2 information can be found here. If you would like tickets for the Summit, go to this website.  

  • Don’t fall for these job scams!

    It won`t be long before school is out and students will be looking for summer jobs. Many graduating students will also be looking for their first job. The problem: There are a number of active employment scams that can derail any job search. Secret shopper, re-shipper or mail forwarding, customer service, and telemarketing are common employment schemes used by scammer. One tell-tale sign of a potential employment scam is in the job title and description – both are very generic […]

  • YMCA wants to inspire kids to be healthy

    The Heart of the Valley YMCA will hold free community events in Huntsville and Madison to encourage kids to keep their minds and bodies active. This year will be the 25th year that the YMCA has held their annual Healthy Kids Day. The Y will offer membership incentives to  encourage families to join in order to be active all summer together, members also receive discounts on summer camps, swim lessons and summer programs. This Saturday, April 23rd, the Southeast Family […]

  • Go see Randolph’s performance of “A Funny Thing Happened…” this weekend

    Broadway’s greatest farce is light, fast-paced, witty, irreverent and one of the funniest musicals ever written. A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum takes comedy back to its roots. It’s a non-stop laugh-fest in which Pseudolus, a crafty slave, struggles to win the hand of a beautiful but slow-witted courtesan named Philia, for his young master, Hero, in exchange for freedom. Performances will be held at the Thurber Arts Center at Randolph  on 4/15 & 4/16 at 7:30 and 4/17 at […]